24p vs 30p Inspires Passionate Rant


Videographers face a trade-off in their choice of frame rates.  24p gives better quality per frame, 30P gives better ability to capture motion.

See how these kind of features inspire heated emotions in a devoted Canon fan…

Bob Hudson explains:

Encoding 24 frames per second instead of 30fps means that each frame gets roughly 20% more data for a given bitrate: that makes for better-looking DVD’s right there.

Then you don’t have those nasty interlacing artifacts so your video will look a lot better on computers screens and other progressive monitors.

Like the Megapixel Myth, this is another classic case of “less is more”.

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